Grab Butterball Turkey for $0.89/lb. at BJ’s

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I get way to excited when the BJ's booklet comes in the mail. Half because I can't wait to see what deals I can get and save money on items we need, and the other half is sharing them all with you! When I get mine I read it all..

And I saw right away the $0.89/lb. Butterball Turkey deal! It caught my eye as a frugal deal seeking woman. Did it catch yours?!

Here's the deal.

BJ's Wholesale Club has Frozen Butterball Turkeys for $0.89/lb until 11/28/16. That is $0.10/lb. cheaper than Aldi!

Or you can buy Fresh Butterball Turkeys for $0.99/lb!


Butterball Turkeys are all natural, gluten free and raised without hormones on American farms, giving shoppers the highest quality turkey for their Thanksgiving meal. Due to market availability, there will be a purchase limit of 2 turkeys per BJ’s Member.


Tip: Frozen turkeys can be purchased weeks in advance, but needs several days to thaw. A week before the family gathering, take the turkey out of the freezer. Leave the turkey in the packaging and rest it breast side up on a sheet pan. Place the sheet pan in the refrigerator and allow one day of thawing for every four pounds of turkey.


BJs also offers an assortment of fresh produce, easy sides and delicious bakery items to help shoppers create a complete Thanksgiving feast, and it’s the only wholesale club that accepts manufacturerscoupons as well as their own coupons for even greater savings. 


Not a BJs Member? Shoppers can visit to print a Free 90-Day Membership offer to present at the member services desk at their local club. Once enrolled, shoppers will receive a membership card and full member benefits. Consumers will have the opportunity to shop and find unexpected, top quality items throughout the club this holiday season. Shoppers can sign-up for the Free 60-Day Membership through December 31, 2015.

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